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St. Olivers KOC 13440

3200 Brooks Dr., Snellville, GA 30078


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Ken Cuevas

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Officers of Council 13440:

Grand Knight -
Ken Cuevas

Deputy G. K. -
Jim Midolo

Chancellor  -
Ken Lucier

Adocate -

Bob Simler

Recorder - 
Paul Ruder


Treasurer - 
Roger Bacik


Financial Secretary -
Frank Montelione


Warden -

Inside Guard -  

Outside Guard - 
John Spudich


3 Yr. Trustee - 
Louis Thibodaux

2 Yr. Trustee -
John Davidson

1 Yr. Trustee -
Fritz Siler

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Next Meeting:
Monday, March 8, 2021 - 7pm
rooms 22,23,24 across from the Library

For your convenience, St. Oliver Council 13440 now has a PayPal account threw which you can pay your dues.  Dues submitted through PayPal may incur a minor transaction fee.

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Why Become A Knight

Worthy brothers of council 13440, 

(Depending on the status of the Coronavirus protocols set by CDC and Supreme this program may be delayed)

On Monday, January 27th, we will host an informal special meeting to discuss a new membership initiative being presented to us by Supreme, as well as a new member open house event in which they and their families can learn more about who we are and what we do. There are lots of great ideas on the table, and we’d like to hear your input as well. Plan to meet in the parish Media Center - meeting to begin at 7PM. 

The reason for this special meeting is that Supreme has studied the problem of bringing men into the order and have made many changes to our Exemplification process.  “Our ceremonials have always been an essential way we teach the principles of charity, unity and fraternity. But today, too many men never hear the lessons of unity and fraternity.”  Part of the problem has been the fact that in recent years families have been busier than in past years when many of us brought our children up in. 

“Our new ceremony can be held in a council chamber or in a church with families and friends seated in the pews. They will see firsthand the organization that their husbands, fathers, brothers, sons and friends are joining — the principles and values they are committing to and why it matters.”   

An article explaining the reasons for the change can be found in the January 2020 page 7 of the Columbia Magazine.  Your input is important.  

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Exemplification of Charity Unity Fraternity, and Explaination Of The New Degree Exemplifications


St. Oliver’s Council 13440 Knights of Columbus Is proud to announce


The ken kennedy religious

Education fund


This fund will be administered by the Religious Education Office and funded by the Knights of Columbus. 


It is meant to help families with financial


assistance to provide the ability to transmit the practice of the faith to our children and grandchildren. 



Why You Should Become a Knight


In 1882, Father Michael J. McGivney gathered a small group of parishioners in St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut. His purpose was to establish a group of men, united in their faith, and to provide for Catholic families in times of need. This was the beginning of the Knights of Columbus.

Guided by the principles of charity, unity, and fraternity, members of the Knights of Columbus work to overcome the hardships that people face in their parishes and communities. We are a growing organization — nearly 2 million members — and for over 130 years, we have committed to overcome the challenges of the need for food, shelter, warm clothing and financial security, as well as provide aid for widows and orphans in our local communities.

Joining your local council of the Knights of Columbus can change your life. As a Knight, you have the opportunity to strengthen your parish, give back to your community, grow in your faith and gain exclusive access to our portfolio of top-quality insurance products to financially protect your family. Councils conduct many programs that support your parish and community including:

But joining your local council does not mean that you need to sacrifice quality time with your family. In fact, volunteering an hour here or an hour there with your family can make an enormous impact in your life and in the lives of others.

If you’re interested in helping those in need in your parish and community, strengthening your parish and familial relationships, growing in your faith, and gaining exclusive access to top-quality insurance protection for you and your family, then joining your local Knights of Columbus council gives you the way to achieve these goals.

Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to men 18 years of age or older who are practical (that is, practicing) Catholics in union with the Holy See. This means that an applicant or member accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accord with the precepts of the Catholic Church, and is in good standing in the Catholic Church.

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